Anguro piggery farm

Besides raising and selling pigs, Agoko Christine is also concerned about school dropouts and unemployment of young people in her community. She is therefore engaged in providing her employees and customers with pig breeding techniques. 

She explains her activities: 

“We have supported other farmers, who are beginning like selling to them pregnant animals. We have also trained them, we make a follow up, not just give them the animal and let them go with them. We follow up and guide them how to raise them, how to feed them.” 

Thanks to WIDU her dream became true as she stated: 

“I can actually say, it is the WIDU Grant that boating the animals and kick started the whole project because with the money we have managed to get 7 pigs as well as transportation for the animals”. 

Created jobs: 5

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